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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1902)
TUK DAILY NKBRASKAN
Debate and Oratory
The ohnnges In tho work thiH year
Will invite you out on the
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He makes clothes that fit
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under (ho dirertion of Prof Fork in
( ludo two now courses and tho reor
ganization of Bevornl of those ho of
ferod lnnt yoar.
Of tho now courses one is in Knglish
Utoraturo and one in arRiiniontativo
composition. Tho lltoratnre course,
Nob. II.". and 3G, 10:30 Tuesday and
Thursday, Ih In the nlnteenth century
essayists, dealing mainly with tho
great writers Lamb, DoQulnooy, Car
lyle, Maeaulay, Ruskin, Arnojd. New
man. Stevenson and Emerson with
lectin es in prose style and literary
( riticism and practice in critcism. Tho
objects of the course are, accordinR to
the bulletin, "(1) to cultivate an intel
ligent appreciation of the best liter
ature by studying tho work of prose
masters and literary criticism, and (2)
to study, by rather wide reading and
special consideration of masterpieces,
nineteenth century thoiiRht and feel
ing as expressed by the great essay
The courses in debate have been re
organized on the basis of a new course
in argumentathe composition solely,
Nos. 11 und 12. which form a natural
introduction to tho debate courses,
which courses will, according to a new
regulation which goes into effect this
week, oidinarily be open after 11)02-03
"only to those students who have taken
course 11, at least, or its equivalent"
The new three-hour course in argu
mentation, "introduced by a study of
scientific exposition, aims at thorough
practical training in the principles un
derlying written and oral argumenta
tion While it is therefore a founda
tion for the courses in debate, its pur
pose Is much wider to give a general
training in scientific methods of inves
tigation by drill In analysis, the nature
and use of evidence, etc-., and in argu
mentation and scientific exposition by
drill In logical rind rhetorical struc
ture." Another important change is the
Inc leased credit in the courses in de
bate three hours instead of one or
two as heretofore
A new course in "The Forms Yf
Public Addresses," which takes the
place ol the com so until last year called
"The Construction of the Oration,"
Prof Fogg has decided not to give
until next year, alternating it with one
of the courses he is now offering, prob
ably No. i)a and 10, "The essay. An
advanced course in composition based
on the study of masterpieces of the
didactic and the personal essay."
In the advanced course in debate,
Nos. 13 and 14, membership has been
limited to twenty, who will of course
be those students who become espe
'rlnlly interested In, or distinguished
themselves in, the debate work last
Any and every football man who was
eer in a game ot football in the uni
versity or elsewhere should not fail
to show up on the gridiron every after
noon. Bring your own suits or obtain
them at the gymnasium. At all events,
be out ready for work. Every man will
have an equal opportunity for a place
on the team. All new men in the
university should make their appear
ance on the football field If they have
ambitions for the sport. John West
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New Models Only $15.00.
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DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean,
-? VALENTINE I
Welcome Ye Back
Old and New Students
And wish to impress upou your
minds that we carry only the most
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coats ever shown in Lincoln. We
want you to see our
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The Twenty-first Annual Course
of instruction will begin Oct. 1st, 1002. In ordor
to comploto tho courso of instruction in throo
yoars it Is necessary to onter tho coming
session 1902-1903 as a four yoar courso will
bo roquirod thereafter. Collego building and
oquipmont offer unsurpassed facilities to tho
dontal student. For announcement und
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